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Windows version
Version 5.0: 32-bit or 64-bit
Version 6.0: 32-bit or 64-bit
Version 6.1: 32-bit or 64-bit
Version 6.2: 32-bit or 64-bit

Mac version (OSX)
Version 5.0: 64-bit
Version 6.0: 64-bit
Version 6.1: 64-bit
Version 6.2: 64-bit

Linux version
Version 5.0: 32-bit or 64-bit
Version 6.0: 32-bit or 64-bit
Version 6.1: 32-bit or 64-bit
Version 6.2: 32-bit or 64-bit

Installation: Linux / MAC OSX

  • Create a directory $HOME/simind
  • Download the distribution you want to install and extract the filefolder into the $HOME directory by unpacking using the following commands [examples are shown for Linux  64 bit compilation]

    gunzip smc_linux_intel_64_v62.tar.gz [64bit]
    tar -xvf smc_linux_intel_64_v62.tar

    where v61 is the version number!
     
  • If you use csh or tcsh shell

    Add to the .cshrc file the folowing lines. This is only needed first time you installing the code!

    setenv SMC_DIR $HOME/simind/smc_dir/
    setenv PATH $HOME/simind:$PATH

    Execute the command

    source .cshrc

    to make the changes effective.
     
  • if you use bash shell

    Add in your .bash_profile


    PATH=$HOME/simind:$PATH
    SMC_DIR=$HOME/simind/smc_dir/

    export PATH
    export SMC_DIR

     

Included is a data file 'bench.smc'. To make a test simulation

/home/simind/> simind bench

    Installation: Windows

    • Create a directory c:\simind
       
    • Unpack smc_win_zz_v62.zip [where zz is either 32 bit version of 64 bit,  v62 is the version number] into a foler c:\simind! Keep the folder information while unzipping and be sure that a directory c:\simind\smc_dir with files of for example extension *.cr3 have been created.
       
    • Go into the control panel and click on System, Advanced, Environmental Variables. In the input field User Variables window add [by clicking "new"] 
      the following environmental system variables by filling in proper fields.

      Variable SMC_DIR should be set to value C:\simind\smc_dir\
       
    • Add the path C:\simind to the environmental variable PATH in the "System Variables" and place it first in the sequence of defined paths. This because Windows 7 has a program also with the name "change"
       
    • Exit and restart the command window otherwise the changes with not be used

    The Castor Binaries

    Here is a link to a zip file containing a distribution for the castor software version 1.0 with pre-build executables for Linux, MacOS and Windows (32 and 64-bit). This zip-file can be seen as a starting point to use the castor reconstruction. It is, however, strongly recommended that users of this program register themseft to the castor community list at the www.castor-project.org in order to receive information about future updates and to get other important information. On the page, there is also information about to configure and compile the builds to particular preferences since it is not the intention that this website should be regarded as a mirror-site.

    To get started and use the smc2castor program for reconstruction of simind-genereated SPECT projections then following installation/preparation is needed.

    • Download the zip file castor.zip from the web-page.
    • Extract the whole file structure to a convenient place on your harddrive.
    • Define the environmental variable CASTOR_CONFIG to the absolute path of the config folder within the castor directory structure.
    • Add the relevant bin folder to you PATH environmental variable (that is, either bin_osx, bin_linux, bin_win32 or bin_win64).